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Entered according to Act of Congress, in tho year 1871, by Root & Cady, in the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 



PREFACE 



T o "Him from whom all blessings flow," 
H igh praise from all above, below 
E ternally be given ! 

C hildren, accept the offering, 
H elp me Our Savior's praise to sing; 
\. nd may these songs prepare His way — 

~H ichly repaid am I if they 

/L ay win one soul to heaven. 



THE CHARM. 



MY SAVIOR'S CHARMS. 



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Gather every priceless gem 
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All the Church in heaven and earth 
Cast your crowns before his throne, 
Magnify His matchless worth, 
He redeemed you — He alone. Cliorus. 



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TREASURE. 



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bout me, And can I be dis - mayed ! 

tak - eth, And I will walk with him. 

treas-ure, And he will walk with me. 



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EARLY LET OUR SONGS ASCENDING. 
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1. K.v-ly, «U*4j let our songs nscendiog, Sweetly, sweetly with the blest notes blending, Sing we to him WiiO our chains can 

2. lilinly, gladly on th«- hallowed morning, Haste we,haste we with the note of warning. Haste Wu to him, Author of Cre- 

3. Striving. stri\ ing to be like on - to him — Knowing, knowing we shall one day view him, Sing we to him, Y\i'hthe holy 

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Be? - er, Who is blest fur-ev-er, Sing to him. 
- tion, Prince of our Salvation, Haste to him. 



Ringing, ringing, All ye bells, his sto - ry, Warbling, Waiblicg, 
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Earth's <li - vin - est lays, To the King of Glo - ry, Till our locks are hoary, Sing we praise, Sing we praise. 

Earth's di - vin - est lays. 




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WE SHALL KNOW EACH OTHER THERE. 



Moderate. 



J. R. Murray. 




1. When our earth-ly life is end - ed, And our earth-ly mis-sion done, 

2. Yes, we'll meet them in the cit - y That is just a - cross the strand, 
Do not tell us that our loved ones Lose their earthly mem'-ries quite, 




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cross the riv - er At the set - ling or tne sun 
leap with rapture, When we take them by the hand, 
mong the an -gels In the heavenly mansions bright. 



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We shall meet those gone before us, We shall know each other there. 
We shall know the bliss of heaven, When we meet each other there. 



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Joyfully. 



HALLOW THE SABBATH DAY. 



Words and Music by P. P. Buss. 



1. Hail hap - py morning, hail ho - ly day ! Calling from earthly la-bors away ; Sweet words of wis-dom, 

2. Ern-blern of heaven, sweet day of rest, In thy "remembrance" may we be blest. So may our songs and 

3. Rest from our labors, rest from our cares; Rest in our praises, rest in our prayers ; So the commandment 

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glad songs of joy, Now be our best em - ploy. Sing once more the hap-py, hap-py song, While the 
lives ev - er say, "Hal-low the Sab - bath day." Sing once more, etc. 
would we o - bey, "Hal-low the Sab - bath day." Sing once more, etc. 

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BY AND BY. 

Words by E. Et Rkxford. 



Music by P. P. Buss. 






1. By Tied 

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by we shall know Jesus r By and by, oh, by and by; E - ven now he looks 
by we shall be standing, By and by, oh, by and by, At fair heaven's shin 
by ! we Bay it gently, Looking on our peaceful dead, And we do not think 



3. By and by ! we Bay it gently, Looking on our peaceful dead, And we do not thinfc 

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landing, While the ri - ver mur - murs by, And our 

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smiles up - on us, say - ing, ''By and 
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Cares and tri - als you'll be lay ing With your earthly garments by." Oh 

Say - ing "Welcome, for the Father Loves to have his children nigh." 

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THIS IS THE VICTORY. 

"And this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith." — 1st Johx, v : 4. 




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King. On - ward, ye faith - ful hand, On - ward at 

all. "Fear not," he says to thee, "Fear not, but 

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SONG OF CHRIST'S SOLDIERS. 



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MiiRic bv James R. Murrat. 



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1. "We're sol - diers, and weremarchiug on Thro' our Iramanuel's land; With mu -sic we will 

2. We'll take the hel-met, sword and shield, Be-girt with truth and love , We'll fight, nor ev - er 

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LET THE LOWER LIGHTS BE BURNING. 



On a dark, stormy night, wheu the waves rolled like mountains, and not a star was to be seen, a boat, rocking and plunging, neared 
tne Cleveland harbor. -Are you sure this is Cleveland ?'' asked the captain, seeing only one light from the light-house. "Quite sure, 
Sir," replied the pilot. -'Where are the lower lights ?" "Gone out. .sir." '"Cau you make the harbor?" 'We must, or peiish, sir!" 
And with a Strong hand and a brave heart, the old pilot turned the wheel. But alas, in the darkness hn missed the channel, and with 
a crash upon the rocks the boat was shivered, and many a life lost in a watery grave, lirethr'eu, the Master will take care of the great 
light-house : let us keep Hit lower lights burning /— D. L. Moody. 

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2. Dark 1 he night of siu has settled. Loud the ah - gry bil-lows roar 
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1. Ill our perfect home above, Where is on - ly joy and love, 

2. Ott niv wandering feet now rove,From the paths of light and love, 

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In his love be blest ! Oh, my eager soul would fly To that mansion fair on high, Freed from sin's pol- 
Far from His dear voice ; 'Till I, wounded, sorely, cry, "Save me, Jesus, or I die ! Take mchome to 
While His work I do ; Then to mansions fair on high, Gltd my eager soul shall fly, Borne by an - gels 



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lut- ing stains, Dwell where Je-sus reigns. 'Tis a home so pure and bright, Where there never cometh 
be with thee, Safe from sor-row free! 11 'Tis a home. &C. 
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2. Lit - tie heed-in? -wind and weather, Lit - tie heeding frost and snow, To the house of God our 

3. Here wc learn the precious sto - ry, Of the pure and 6in - less One — He who left His Fath-or's 
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Fath - er Glad-ly, fflad - ly will we go. Pleasant are the fre - quent meetings In our onward, upward 
gjo - ry, God's be-loved on - ly Son. Praise him in the dear e - van - gels, That for U6 to earth he 



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name we'll tri-umph O - ver every foe. "Hold, etc. 

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chil - dren of New Eng - land, 'Twas a glad and heart - y strain ; Shin - ing ranks of hap - py 

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1. Beau - ti - ful star of morning, Tell how the wise Looked to the skies, Followed the star-beams' warning, 

2. Beau - ti - ful star of ev - en, Light-ing to rest, Tell how the blest Lov - ing - ly watch from Heaven; 

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2. Just as I am, and wait - ing not, To rid my soul of one dark blot. To thee whose blood can 
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HOW GOES THE BATTLE? 



Words and Music by P. P. Bliss. 



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2. "Vie - to - ry, 

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BE NOT WEARY IN WELL DOING. 



Earnestly. 



Words by Paulina. Music by Carl Bund. 



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2. Be not wea - ry 
6. Be not wea - ry 



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Fa - ther's great love o'er us ; 



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Let us join the an - gel cho - rut?.. 



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2. Pit - y me now, for, my Fa-ther, no sor - row Ev er can be like the pain that I know 

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Speak, when the voice of the tempter is calling, 

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Thoughts of my sin much more humble shall make me 
For thy forgiveness I'll love Thee the more; 

So keep me humble until Thou shalt take me 
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BE NOT WEARY IN WELL DOING. 



Earnestly, 
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Words by Paulina. Music by Carl Bund. 



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There's a last day of the sev - en, There's a 
There's a star - ry crown be - fore us, There's the 



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sol - eran hour e- lev - eu — Let it ope the gate of heaven, Of the bless-ed morning land. 

Fa - ther's great love o'er us ; Let us join the an - tjel cho - rue, In the bless-ed morning land. 



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CONFESSION. 



33 



Reverentially, 



From "Chapel Gems." 



Geo. F. Root. 






1. List - en, oh, list- en, our Fa-ther all ho- ly! Humble and sor-row- ful, own-ing my sin; 

2. Pit - y me now, for, my Fa-ther, no sor-row Ev er can be like the pain that I know 

3. For thy for- give- ness, the gift I am seek-ing, Nothing, oh, noth-ing I of- fer to thee! 



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pen - i- tence low - ly, How, in my weakness, temp-ta - tion came in. 
all through to-morrow, Miss- ing the light of thy love I may go. 
sad spir - it speak-ing, Giv-ing for-give- ness, giv'st all things to me. 



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Keep me, my Father, oh, keep me from falling! 
I had not sinned, had I felt Thou wert nigh; 
Speak, when the voice of the tempter is calling, 
So that temptation before Thee may fly. 
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5. 
Thoughts of my sin much more humble shall make me 

For thy forgiveness I'll love Thee the more: 
So keep me humble until Thou shalt take me 

Where sin and sorrow forever are o'er 



34 CHILDREN IN THE ARMS OF JESUS. 

Words by Paulina. 



Mueic by T. Martin Towns. 



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He calls them to-day, to His dear earthly fold, 
And they hear him and joyfully gather — 

As they did to His arms for the blessing of old, 
To the house of the gracious All-Father: 

They toif in His service, for many or few, 

There's always a work for the children to do,: J 
Whose hearts choose the better part rather. 



I. And so let us come to the Savior each day, 
For His blessing at morn and at even — 
For He never has turned little children away, 

And whatever we need will be given. 
Oh! trust in the love that can never grow cold, 
f: And follow His voice 1o the bright upper fold.:(| 
To feed 'mid the lilies of heaven. ' 



NO TIME TO PRAY. 
Words furnished by 0. L. Wolcott. 



Music by P. P. Buss. 




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Mnst care or business' urgent call 
So press us as to take it all 

Each passiug day ? 



4. What thought more drear 

Than that our God his face should hide, 
And say. through all life's swelling tide» 
No time to hear! 



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2. He may come when least we dream That our davs are nui»bered:When be-side our lamp's pale beam 

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Guard lest I stray; 
Keep Thou my feet in the heaven- 
ward way. 



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Help I implore, 
Thee to adore; 
Praise would I render to Thee ever- 
more. 



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1. From the tomb's short triumph free, Je - sus has appeared to me ; Watching in ap- 

2. On the bor - ders or' de - spair, Je - sus kneeled by me in prayer ; When in joy I 




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point - ed place, I be - held his hallowed face ; AMiile my tears rolled o'er his feet, In my 
praised its fount, Christ stood glorious on the mount. To my heart the Spir - it gives Witness 

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true that Je - sus lives — Doubt, with vour temptations, flee — Christ has proved his life to me. 



GATHER THE SHEAVES IN QUICKLY. 



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Now's the accepted hour; 
Work for the soul's salvation, 
Pray for the Spirit's power. 



3. Work, for the Master calleth; 
Wcrk till the day is done; 
Then, with the victor's laurels, 
Ye shall be welcomed home. 



40 TELL 

Words by E. E. Rexford. 



ME, GENTLE ANGELS.— Duet and Chorus. 



Music by Carl Buhix 






1. Shall we sing in heav'n's bright courts to - geth-er, When, for us, the cloud-less day shall 

2. Shall I meet the dear ones gone be - fore me. Clad in gar- ments spot-less as the 

3. Shall I nev - er know the cares and tri- als Crowding close - ly round my earth - ly 



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snow? Tell mc, an - gels, as you hov - er 
way ? Shall I hear the sound of gold - en 



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If, in heaven, my loved ones I shall know? 
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Tell, oh tell me of that gold - en 



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Geo. F. Root. 



1. I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence 

2. He will not suffer thy foot to be mored. He that keepeth thee 

3. The Lord is thy keeper, the Lord is thy shade upon thy 

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42 "WHAT CAN I DO ? 

Words by D. March. 



Music by P. P. Bliss. 




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you can - not sing like an - gels, If you can - not preach like Paul, You can tell the 

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hea - then near - er, You may help them at your door ; If you can - not give your thousands, 
love of Je - eus, You can say "He died for all," If you can - not rouse the -wick - ed 
men are dy - ing, And the Mas - ter calls for you: Take the task he givp.s you glad - ly, 

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With the judgment's dread alarms, You can lead the lit - tie chil - dren, To the Savior's waiting arms. 
Let his work your pleasure be ; Answer quickly when he calleth, "Here am I, send me, send me." 

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"ONLY A LITTLE CHILD." 

For whom is the bell tolling ?" I asked a man at the church door. He replied, " only a little child." 

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That our love possessed, 
That our cares beguiled, 
That is now at rest, , 
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"Only a little child," 

Such as Jesus blessed, 

We were unreconciled, 

Only He thought best, 

lie thought best. 



44 COME UNTO 

Words by Mart A. Straub. 



ME. 




Music by S. W. Stbatjb. 

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1. Come un - to me ye wea-ry heav - y la - den, 

2. Learn God's commandments, love ye one another, 

3. In paths of vir - tue walk ye "steady forward, 

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Come, saith our Father, nn - to me and rest; 
E - ven as Jesus his dis - ci - pies taught; 
Drink purest pleasure from the fount Of love; 



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Lay down your burdens, learn the precious story, How God, the Father, makes his children blest. 
Speak words of comfort to the sad and weary, Learn words of wisdom, pur - est gems of thought. 
Lean - ing in faith up - on thy heavenly Father, Thus shalt thou share his blessing'from a - hove. 



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1. Knock, knock, pilgrim; knock: What though t lie hour be late? Within there's love and joy and li<rht, Oh! 

2. Knock. knock, children, knock: Now, in the rot» - y dawn, Just lay your lit - tie hearts within. Ere 

3. Knock, knock, bold- ly knock. Ye pil-.sfrims, one and all : For lie who tends this wondrous door Hath 

4. Knock, knock. Quickly knock : Christ waits with open arms. Knock, and the door will open wide: There 



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knock and en - tcr ere 'tis night; Christ will not bid thee wait; Knock, knock, pilgrim, knock, 
they are stained with grief and sin; Oh ! give them In Life's morn, Knock, knock, children, knock. 
ne'er dc - nied the old nor poor; He heeds the humblest call; Knock, knock; loud - ly knock, 
ye may ev - er - more a - bide, Secure from earth's a - larms; Knock, knock; quickly knock. 



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WHERE HE LEADS WE WILL FOLLOW. 



Not too fast. 




Words and Music by P. P. Buss. 
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1. See the gen - tie Shepherd standing Where the quiet wa - tersflow ; To the pastures green in- 

2. On - ly by the door we en - ter, "All who en - ter he will save ; Life a - bund - ant - ly be- 

3. Safe with - in the fold he leads us, He the Shepherd,we his own ; And as him the Father 

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vit - ing, Hungry, thirsty, let us go. Where he leads we will' fol - low, Where he leads 
stowing, Tho' his life the Shepherd gave. Where he, etc. 
knoweth, Precious tho't— of him we're known. Where he, etc. 

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THE HAPPY SHORE. 



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Joyfully. 



Words and Music by H. L. Frisbie. Arranged by Geo. F.. Root. 



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1. There is a port, so bright, so blest, On a hap - py, hap - py shore, 

2. 'Twocn us and it a nar - row wave— Oh! this hap - py, hap - py shore I 

3. There is a tit - y fair and bright, On that hap - py,hap - py shore : 

4. When we in - to this* port have come, On the hap - py, hap - py shore; 
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Where weary pilgrims 
The pas - sage li - eth 
No evening shade, God 
We'll meet the dear ones 



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though the grave, To the hap py," hap - py shore. Death steers our bark across the tide, To the 

is ° the light Of that hap - py, hap - py shore . And an - gels on the golden strand Of the 

safe at home, On the hap - py, hap - py shore. Our classmates, Jteachers, will b_e there On the 



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He'll land us Safe on Ca-naan's side, On the hap 
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With them we shall the glo-ries share Of the hap 

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, Words by Paelina 

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AT THE WELL. 



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That the ten - der Shep-herd sought her, As 

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Ev' - ry want and care fore- know- ing, To 



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That from sin He 
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All His won-drous speech to tell, Asked she, " Is not the Mes - si - ah 

While our hearts with rap - ture swell, Well we know it is the Sa- vior, 



WAITING AT THE WELL.- 
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Hear, 
Hear, 
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hear! the won-dreus sto - ry, Let the winds and 
hear! &c. 
hear! &c. 



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GOOD WILL. 



-Chant. 



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1. And there were in the same country shepherds a - - 

2. And lo, the augel of the Lord came upon them, and the 1 

glory of the Lord shone j 



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3. And the angel said unto | them,Fear| not: 

For behold. I bring you good tidings of great joy, 
Which shall | be to | all | people. 

4. For unto you is born this day, in the | city of | David; | 

A | Savior,- which is | Christ the | Lord. 



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5. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of ths 
heavenly host praising | God, and | sayju£, 
Glory be to God in the highest, and on earth | peace, good | 
will toward I men. 



Words bv Pauli 




LAND OF THE MORNING. 



Music by P. P. Buss. 







1. There is nev - 

2. We may dream 

3. We may weep 

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of that home till our eyes o - verflow In a rap-ture of love and 
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we roam thro' the shad - ow - y vale be - low, The mys - ti - cal, star - ry vault 
we know of a shad-ow-less world of bloom, And love that our sorrows shall 



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un - der; But we dream in our weakness, we may not tell Of the re - al, our fan - cies scorn - ing j 
number ; And we know we shall go to that realm of light, When the Reaper shall bring us warning, 



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Of the joy that a - waits us, who come to dwell At last in the Land of the Morn - ing. 
And there nev - er is hnn - grer, or cold or niti-ht In that beautiful Land of the Morn - ing. 



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KNOCKING, KNOCKING, WHO IS THERE? 

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Waiting, waiting, wondrous fair; 
But the door is hard to open, 

For the weeds and ivy-vine, 
With their dark and clineing tendrils, 

Ever round the hinges twine. 



Knocking, knocking — what'! still there? 
"Waiting, waiting, grand and fair ; 
Y.es, the pierced hand still knocketh, 

And beneath the crowned hair 
Beam the patient eyes, so tender, 

Of thy Savior, waiting there. 



GARDEN OF THE HEART. 



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2. Be thor - ough in culture, be true ; Slack not while a weed there re-mains; The soil needs the 

3. Be con - staht — re-mem-ber "in tears," Then prom - ise of reap - injr is given ; Toil on yet a 



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beauti - ful there, The choic - est and pur - est of seed. So ear - ly and earn - est be - gin ; All 

liirht and the d^w, The heart needs the sun - shine and rains. So ear - ly, etc. 

few fleeting years, Thet. »ing ot the liar - vest in heaven. So ear - ly, etc. 

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54 HOME. 

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we pause by the wayside", all weary and faint, And wo'd sit down discouraged and full of complaint, 
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Oh ! sjng,"and the wea - ri - some care will be tied, As we sing of the rest that is waiting a - head. 
So we sing as we jour - ney afar from our God, Of the home that is ours, where the angels have trod. 






CHORUS. 



Let us sing, let us sing, as on earth here we roam, Of the welcome that waits us in home,sweet,sweet home. 

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THE MASTER HATH NEED OF THE REAPERS. 55 

Earnestly. Words and Mtisuc by James R. Mm pay. 

The Master hath need of the reapers, He ealleth for you and for me, haste while the windsofthe 
The Master hath need of the reapers, And, Idler, he ealleth for thee, Come out from the mansions of 
Soon shadows of night will he falling, The mists and the dews and the rain; O what is the world and its 
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morning Are blowing so freshly and free. The Master hath need of the reapers to-day,Come forth ft 
pleasure, From halls where the careless may be. The Master, etc. 
follies, To the mould and the rust of the grain. The Master, etc. 



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hill-top and plain, The fields are all whitening, the harvest is near, And golden and full is the grain. 
The hill-top and plain. 

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LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE. 



Words by Paulina. 



Music by P. P. Bliss. 



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Brav - ing tte firm blast, Work while thestorms last; Work, they will soon be past; God rules on high. 



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3. "What sorrows may our steps attend, 

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WONDROUS LOVE. 
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2. His love is full and free, won-drous love, won-drous love, 



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He saves by grace alone; wondrous love. 

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4. He offers life to-day: wondrous love, wondrous love. 
Accept it while ye may: wondrous love. 

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2. Should my tears 

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Let me hide 
Should my zeal 
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COME TO THE SAVIOR. 
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Let every heart Leap forth and rejoice, 
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Heed now His blest commands and obey; 
Hear now His accents tenderly say, 
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j is Death, and with his j ' 1 grain at a breath, And the I s 

( "Shall I have naught that is ) ( Tho' the breath of ) 

2. ■< fair ?" saith he; "Have naught >• bearaed grain ?■< these flow'rs is sweet > them all back again/' 
( but the ) (to me, I'll give ) 

o ( He srazed at the flow'rs with ) j.a^^^.^.1 =««««. i It was for the Lord ) , „ ■, 4 , . , . , 

3 - | tearful eyes, He kissed their. . . \ droo P in S leaves ? \ in Paradise, He f bound them ln llis leaves. 

, ( "My Lord has need of these ) . , .,-.,, ("Dear tokens of the ) TJ . a, „ 

4 - Iflow'rets gay," The Reaper... f sad d8d 'i earth are they, Where j He was once a cmld -' 

fe ( "They shall all bloom in fields ) . „_ „__. j And saints upon their) 

5 * 1 of light, Transplanted J Dy my care ' /garments white, These j" sacred blossoms wear. 

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04 THE REDEEMED. 

Words by Mrs. Mart B. Clark. 



Music by J. M. Stillmaw. 



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2. Yet these a stor-my path have trod, To reach the dwell - ing of their God; Thro' fier -y trib - u - la - tion 

3. Then who shall faint, or w ho shall fear, Tho' care and sor - row meet us here; On God's strong arm shall be our 



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The gold - en crowns their brows up- on ; Thro' sor - row's long- est, dark - est night Hath dawued this day of 
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sin. Sad dwel- lers in thia land of sin. There 

light, Hath dawned this day of glo - rious light. There 
fled, The death-less soul be pur - i - fied. There is a fair, Ac. 

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And bind them with thy love; 
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Its tangled paths untried, 
I Be Thou, oh ! Crucified ! and Crowned 1 

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BEAUTIFUL HOME 



LOVE. 



Words and Music by J. H. Tenjtot. 




There is a home, a peaceful home, A home of joy and love ; 
No night shall dim that glorious home ; For Je - sus is the light, 
With palms of vie - tory in the* hands, They with the ransomed sing 

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th'a-pos - tie walked the wave, 
I tear when dan - gvr'i near; 
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with him strong to save, For 
Heaven a Fath - er dear, And 
dim my up ward glance, For 
lest I lose my way, My 

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Glo - ry a - waits you there. 



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1 trust in the Lord shall 
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A HOME IN HEAVEN. 






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Music by J. R. Murray. Arranged b> Geo. F. Root. 



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1. Would you like a home in Heaven, In the land that God has giv - en, To his ransomed 

2. Would you wear the crown un-fad - ing, That He gives to all his "children When they join the 



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and for-giv - en, For their own? For their own ? Would you like to dwell for - ev - er, Whe» this 
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ver - nal, And the sun-shine "is 6u - per - nal, In His love, In his love? 



A HOME IN HEAVEN— Concluded. 

CHORUS. _ ^ __S_ S N 



73 



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You may win a home in Heaven, In the land that God has giv - en, You may be by 
You must love his Word and read it, And be wise e-nough to heed it, For in life you'll 
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74 



ON WHAT FOUNDATION? 



Worda and Mnsic by P. P. Buss. 




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On what form - da - tion do you build, neigh-bor. Your hopes for the fu - ture fair? 
On sure foun - da^ - tion wouli you build, neighbor? Take heed to the Lord's commands ; 

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thy walls, Or blanch thy cheek with fear? 
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76 



BEAUTIFUL 

Words t>y Mart Howitt. 

Jt Gently. 



FLOWERS.— Duet and Chorus. 



Music by P P. Bliss. 
CHORUS. Lively. 

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1. God might Imve made the earth bring forth E- nouuii for great and 
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Our outward life requires them not, 
Then wherefore had they birth? — 

To give delight to you and me, 
To beautify the earth: 



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, To comfort man, to whisper hope, 
Whene'er his faith is dim: 

For whoso careth for the' flowers, 
Will care much more for Him. 



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JEHOVAH JIREH. 

(TOE lord will provide..) 



Mu?ic by J. H. Tennet. 



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3. Despond, tlien. no longer; the Lord \yjll provide: 
And this be the"token — 
No word He hath spoken 
Hath ever been broken — ■ , 

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4. March on. then, right boldly; the sea shall divide; 
Whh Canaan before ns. 
With Heaven's mere}' o'er ns, 
"We'll join in the chorus, 
4> The Lord will provide." 



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78 



WHICH ROAD ARE YOU CHOOSING? 

WRITTEN FOR THE YOUNG MEN OF AMERICA. 




Words and Music hy Geo. F. Root. 



1. Which road are you choosing,youncr friends; Which road are you choosing: to take ? Just stop here aBd 

2. The "'wit-ness-es 1 ' gath- er a - round, And ear-nest- ly, tremblingly wait To see who a- 

3. Oh, where are you*go - ing.yo crag friends; Which road are you choosing to take? The Sav- ior in 



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think whatde-pends Up - on the de-cis-ion you make; You know that one leadeth a-stray , And ends in de - 
mong us have found Tiie way to the beautiful gate? The e - vil ones al- so are here, And pointto the 
mer-cy de-scends; Choose rightly for His own dear sake; 'Tis on-ly with Him we can go; We must cling a- 










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struction at last, 
way which is broad 
lone to his hand: 



And that in the straight. narrow way 
Be - lov-ed.what-o'er may ap - pear, 
But He will lead past ev'- ry foe, 



You're safe when the tri-als are 

That way leads to death's dark a 

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SAVIOR, GUIDE US. 




Music by Geo. F. Root. 






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ior, Thou dost know All the depths of hu - roan woe; 
but Thou canst feel; Not a pain but Thou canst heal; 
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bit- ter tear; Thou hast felt the with'-ring fear, 
mor - tal grief, But Thou know'st to bring re - lief. 



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Guide us o'er the surg-ing billows, Till we reach our heavenly home. 




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Do Thou shed a ray of love, 
From Thy shining throne above, 
In our hearts, where human might 
Fails to kindle warmth or light. Chorus. 



"When the raging floods are nigh, 

To Thine open arras we'll fly; 

Sure the waters will not dare 

To o'erwhelm our spirits there. Cfwrus. 



LITTLETON. C. M. 



C. M. Wtman. 



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face to see, And in thy pres-ence rest, 
thy blest name. Oh, Sav-ior of man - kind, 
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lov-ing, lov'stthem to the end; On 
off ap-pears my rest-ing place; And, 
veals my sins in dread ar- rav, Say 



this a-lone my hopes de-pend, That thou wilt [.dead for me. 
faint-ing, I mis-trust thy grace; Then, Sav-ior. plead for me. 
thou hast washed them all a- way ; Oh, sav thou plead'st for me. 



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SAILING INTO PORT. 



" 9ome Ships cross the ocean with clear skies, smooth seas and fair winds, and come into port with streamers flying an1 bands of 
music making jubilee. Others come in storms.with the sky black as night, the wind like a hurricane, and the sea like mountains — and 
they come in all battered, yards gone, masts splintered, hardly enough W-ft to hang together. But the difference amouuts to nothing. 
The only important thing from first to last is, not what the log says about storm or calm, but that they all steer cIobo to the compass, 
*nd do their best to make the harbor. So they only get there safely, what happened to them by the way is of no account. Sc as 
to God's children. There may, there will be vast variety of experience: to some, prosperity, success, joy— to others, adversity, defeat, 
giief. But what may be your lot or mine, is of no connequence. The one only thing of moment is, that we stick close to our chart and 
push for port with ail our might. So we gain that, the pleasures or perils of the way do not matter." — Extract from a sermon preached 
by Dr. E. P. Goodwin. First Congregational Church, Chicago. 

Very spirited. Words and Music by P. P. Bliss. 

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1. Sai - lor, though the darkness gathers, Though the cold waves surge and mo$ 



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Sai - lor, though with streamers fl) 7 ing Yon - der proud ship mounts the foam, And with bands of 
3. Sai - lor, though the lightning flashes, Though thy sails be rent and torn, Peace shall come on 



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mu - "sic play-ing, Gains the port and welcome home. 
Hope's bright pinions, And deliverance with the morn. 




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SONGS OF GLADNESS. 



83 







T. Martin- Townj 






We come with songs of glad - ness, 
But while from hearts re - joic - ing, 
BuL hope's fair shir shall cheer u.« 



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Aa - cends the -will - im 
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To Him who reigns a - hove, To Him who strews our path - way With count-less gifts of love. 

Will leave our sis - ter band, And some like stirs have lis - en With - in a happier land. 

"He do - eth all things well ;" The bright be - yond a - waits us, Where eeh-oes not fare-weil. 

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84 



BUSY GLEANERS. 



In Hyde Park, one of the suburban towns of Chicago, is a company of ten girls who support a Bible reader (one 
who goes from house to house), and also support and educate a young girl, both in Harpoot, Turkey. This they do by 
their contributions, and by aa annual festival, at which articles that they have made and collected are sold. They 
call this festival the "Harvest Home." They are called the " Busy Gleaners." Mrs. S. P. Farrington, their teacher 
and director, asked our Mr. Root to write a festival scng for their coming " Harvest Home." The following, which is 
the result, will, we think, be regarded as one of this author's happiest efforts.— [Editor Charm.] 



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2. 0, the fields are broad and white, 

3. "When the liar- vest time is past, 

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Raise your f'es - tal 
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a- mid the gold- en grain, 
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Send the strong-arm 1 d reap-ers first, We will fol - low on, 
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CHORUS. 


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Glad- lv guth' -ring where we mav, For the 


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Har- vest home. &c. 


May we quit the field with, joy, Bear-ing 


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Har-vest home, &c. 


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PROVERBS OF SOLOMON— Chant. 



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heart; and lean 
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not unto thine 
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wicked shall be I short ..ned. 



A-MEN. A-MES. 



80 



THERE'S A LIGHT IN THE VALLEY. 



With expression. 




Words and Mnsic by P. P. Bliss. 

HE 






1. Thro' the val-lev of the 



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in his lov - ing, might - y anna, There's a light in the val - ley for me. There's a light in the 

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will I fear While my Shepherd is so near, There's a light in the val - ley for me, forme, 
will I fear While my Shepherd is so near, There's a light in the val - ley for me, forme. 



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HE IS GALLING US. 



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He who was cradled in mauger of Beth - le-hem, Know-ing what tri - als the young may bear; 

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Come tho' the broad, downward pathway, just entering, Lit - tie feet run - ning so swift - ly astray ; 

So let us walk in the footprints he made for us, Fol-low our Lead - er, and ne'er go astray, 

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Come, he is call- ing us, lor-iag-ly call - ing us, Come, for his mer-cies are great and free. 







Come, for the Sav-ior is call - ing us— call-ing us, "Suf-fer the children to come to me.' 






90 



LAND OF BEAUTY. 



Words from S. S. Visitor. 



Music by W. W. Wallace. 




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LAND OF BEAUTY.— Concluded. 



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Is - rael crossed the Jor - dan, 

all the wide do - min - ions. . . . 

thou mv soul to heav - en, .... 



And reached the prom - ised rest.. . . 
Are em - 'blems peace - ful seen. . . 
Thine own dear Fa - ther - land. . . 



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OVER YONDER. 



Joyfully. 



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O - ver yon - der, o - ver yon - der, Stands my mansion blight and fair; All the glo - ry, 
O - ver yon - der, o - ver yon - der, Sin and sor - row are unknown : Hal - le - lu - jahs, 

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the kingdom I shall share. 
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elasp me by* the hand, 
streams for-ev - er flow ; 
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Meet me in Im-man-uel's land. 
On its wav-ing branches grow. 
Nev - er can his promise fail. 
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MARCHING ON— Concluded. 



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where I fain would be; Come, dear pilgrim, come, oh, come and march with me, Let us all be marching on. 

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96 



REST ON THE BEAUTIFUL SHORE. 
Words by Miss Mary E. Kail. 



Music by William W. Bextlet. 







Go work, for the har-vest 
Our Sav - ior in-vites us 
Our Fath - er in-vites us 

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Lord of the vineyard liimself will ap-pear, And we all can find something to do, 
faint nor grow wea-ry, for yet there is room, In the heavenly man-sions a - bove. 
tears that we shed in this val - ley be - low, He will wipe them for-ev-er a - way. 

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WORK, FOR THE NIGHT IS COMING. 

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James R. Murray. 




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Work, for the night is com - ing, Pray, for the day's at hand; Watch, for the Mas - ter 



2. Work for the souls a - round you, 

3. Work, for the night is com - ing, 

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ProVe every precious hour ; Prat, for the day is 



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BLESSED ARE THEY THAT DO. 



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1. Hear the words our Sav-ior hath spok - en, Words of life un - fail - ing and true; 

2. All in vain we hear his com-mand-ments. All in vain his prom- is - es too; 

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PERFECT REST.— Chant. 



Words furnished by Mrs. E. T. Fox. Music by P. P. Bliss. 










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1. Savior. I | come to | theej 

A weary child, with pain and | care op- J prest;|] 
0, ler. me lean this aching, | burden 1 d | heart 
Up-| on thy | loving | breast! 

2. The way is | very | dark; [| 

I cannot see it, Lord, through j these my | tears!] 
Take thou my hand and draw me | up lo j thee 
Through | all the | lonely | years. 

3. I have no | strength, dear | Lord; J 

0, let me lie where I can | kiss thy f feet, J 



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That | are so j true and | sweet! 

4. Speak to me | soft and | low,| 

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To cheer the still, sad silence | of my | life; 
One I word from | thee, | Lord! 



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OH, MY HEART! 



MY HEART! 

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102 THE 

Words by Paulina. 



TARDY TROOP. 



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sad - ~y my teacher's eye Rest-od up - on me in days gone by, When I had loitered, and 
tho'ts from the world a-way — Teaching the heart with the lips, to pray. When was the boast that I 
glove or the book a-stray, Who would be late on the dear Lord's day ? Where would we look lor the 



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joined a group Known in our school as the Tardy Troop. Nev - er a - gain shall my head so droop — 
would not 6toop Ev - er to en - ter the Tardy Troop. Nev - er, etc. 
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Words by S. II. Browns 

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FAINT, YET PURSUING. 



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FAINT, YET PURSUING.— Concluded. 



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"What though we wander here 

Midst doubt and dangers? 
Soon shall the shore appear, 

Where these are strangers; 
Where the pilgrim's broken staff 

Needs no renewing: 
Wine for wormwood shall we quaff — 

1 1 Faint, yet pursuing.' ' ' t Chorus. 



Then for the Better Land 

Let us be straining; 
Stout heart and ready hand 

Ground still are gaining:. 
We must wage a warfare brave, 

Strong foes subduing; 
Battling to the open grave — 

11 Faint, yet pursuing. 1 ' Chorus. 



BEAUTY OF HOLINESS.— Chant. 




P. P. Buss. 



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1. worship the Lord in the 

2. The eves of the Lord are in 

3. The Lord is— | 

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So freely receiving, a3 freely bestow; 
In mansions so fair on the evergreen shore, 
Would you be remembered ? Remember the p >or. 

Remember the poor, 

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GENTLE JESUS, MEEK AND MILD. 

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THE STORM— An Exercise Soxg. 




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rain.) 

Teacher recites— "He shall come down like rain upon the mown grass ; as showers that water the earth."— P$alms, 72: 6. 

2. Hear the softly whisp'rlng breeze 
Singing sadly through the trees. 

(Children rub their hands lightly together while sinning these two lines.) 

Teacher recites — "For lo, he that formeth the mountains, and createth the wind, and declareth unto man what is hie thought, that 
xnaketh the morning darkness, and treadeth upon the high places of the earth. The Lord, the Ood of hosts, is his name." — Amos, 4:13. 

3. Hear the noisy whistling gale, 
Sounding over hill and vale. 

(During the singing of these two lines, all rub their hands briskly together, and a part of the class force tb*ir breath through their 
teeth, to imitate the whistling of the gale.) 

Teacher recites— "How long wilt thou speak these things? and how long shall the words of thy mouth be like a strong wind?" 
Job, 8 : 2. 

4. Hear the mighty thunder crash, 
See the vivid lig'htning flash. 

(During the singing of the first line the pupils draw their feet back and forth on the floor, imitating thunder. At the same time 
let the hands make a zigxag motion through the air in addition to the noise with the feet.) 

Teacher recites — "Thou art the Ood that doest wouderB; thou hast declared thy strength among the people. The voice of thy 
thunder was in the heaven; the lightnings lightened the world : the earth trembled and shook."— Ps. 11, 14. 18. 

"For as the lightniugcometh out of the east, and shineth even unto the west; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be." 
Matt. 24 : 27. 

5. Thunder, lightning, wind and rain 
Make the fearful hurricane. 

(After singing this the children make all the motions at once, and with increasing force until a signal from the teacher to cease.) 
Teacher recites — "When he uttereth his voice, there is a multitude of waters in the heavens ; and he causeth the vapors to ascend 
from the ends of the earth; He maketh lightnings with rain, and bringeth forth the wind out of his treasures."— Jeremiah, 10: 13. 



HERE AM I I 

OR, THR SONG OF LITTLE SAMUEL. 

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Here to do the Saviors will, 
Here to suffer and be still; 
Daring not to ask Fiim why, 
Only waiting — " Here am II" 



Should He call my soul away, 
I will trust Him as I may; 
Through the valley, when I cry, 
He will answer, "Here am 11" 



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JESUS 



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2. They could see his look of pit - y, They could hear his gen - tie tone, But the 

3. Je - sus called the lit - tie chil-dren, "Suf-fer them to come "he said; And they 



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2. Though I forget him and wander away, 
Kindly he follows wherever I stray, 
Back to his dear loving arms would I flee, 
When T remember that Jesus loves me. 

CJiorus. 



3. Oh, if there's only one song I can sing, 
When in his beauty I see the great King ; 
This shall my song in eternity be, 
O, what a wonder that Jesus loves me. 

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112 



WE ARE LITTLE SUNBEAMS. 



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"Where Je- sus led the way, "With foot-steps sure, There we may safe- !y stay, There are se - cure. 

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PASSING AWAY.— Dialogue Song. 



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Words and Music by P. P. Bliss. 



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2. What says the cluck, with its tick -a-tick, tick ? Time pass-ea swift-ly, be quick, oh be quick ! What are the words of the 

3. What does the sun in the morn- ing say? 0- ver I go for an - otli-er bright day. What does your heart by its 




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I'LL NOT FORGET T© PRAY. 



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pray; If I should al- ways pray, To Christ my Sav-ior. who uas died My sius to wash i 
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Out and in I safely go ; 
Want or hunger never know : 
Bott, green pastures lie diseloseth, 
Where his happy flock reposeth ; 
When I faint or thirsty be, 
To the brook he leadeth me. 



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Should I not be srlad and gay 
In this blessed fold all day, 
By this holy Shepherd tended, 
Whose kind arms, when life is ended, 
Bear me to the world of light ? 
Yes, oh ! yes, my lot is bright." 



I'M A LITTLE SAILOR. 
W. P. B., in "The Child's World." 



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Je - sus, Captain, lead me on, Help me win the 

Je - sus, pilgrim show the way, Homeward to e - 

Come what may, I'll nev - er fear, • If, dear Je - sus, 



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ter - nal day, Je - sus, pilgrim show the way, Homeward to e - ter - nal day. 

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FORBID THEM NOT. 

Words bv Maria Straub. 



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2. He took them up in his ten - der arms, Pressed softly each lit - tie brow, And said so 
8. Then lit - tie children come un - to him, From high or low - ly built cot, Ah, bring the 



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chil-dren come un-to me ; Let them come and forbid them not. 
gent- ly, For - bid them not, To re-ceive my blessing now. 
lit - tie ones un - to him, Who still says for - bid them not. 



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119 

Words and Music by P. P. Buss. 



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All. 2. Pleasant light, Clear and bright, Shin-big on the world to - day. So may love From a - bove 
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see Turn our thoughts, Lord. to Thee, 



Girls. Cloak and hood, 
New and good, 
Made to keep our bodies warm. 
Words of truth, 
Learned in youth, 
Keep our souls from every harm. 
So let every thing we see 
Turn our thoughts, O Lord, to 
Thee. 

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Boys. Boot or shoe, 
Old or new, 
Let us keep them clean and neat 
Let us pray, 
That we may 
Some day walk the golden street 



So let every thing we see 
Turn our thoughts, O Lord, to 
Thee. 

6. 
Girls. Collar white, 
Ribbons bright ; 
Apron, bonnet, shawl or dress ; 
So may we 
Ever be 
Clad in Jesus' righteousness ; 
So let every thing we see 
Turn our thoughts, Lord, to 
Thee. 

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Boys. Top or ball, 
Treasures all ; 
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When f die, 
To my heavenly treasures rise ; 
So let every thing we see 
Turn our thoughts, Lord, to 
Thee. 

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All. Night or day. 
Work or play ; 
In our hearts may be a prayer ; 
God can see, 
If there be — 
• Well, he knows what thoughts are 
there ; 
So let every thing we see 
Turn our thoughts, O Lord, to 
Tliee. 



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LITTLE BIRDIE IN THE TREE. 



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2. Lit - tie snow-bird in the tree, In the tree, In the tree, Lit - tie snow-bird in the tree, 

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Sing a song to me. 



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Little blue-bird in the tree, In the tree, In the tree, 
Little blue-bird in the tree, Sing a song to me ; 
Sing about the mountain, Sing about the sea, 
Sing about the steamboats — Is there one for me? 
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Little black-bird in the tree, In the tree, In the tree, 
Little black-bird in the tree, Sing a song to me ; 
Sing about the farmer Planting corn and beans, 
Sing about the harvest— I know what that means. 
Chorus. 



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GOD IS ALWAYS NEAR ME. 



Words and Music by P. P. Buss 

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1. God is al-ways near me, Hearing what I say; Knowing all my thot's and deeds, All my work and play. 



2. God is always near me, 
In the darkest night 
He can see me just the samo 
As by mid day light. 



3. God is always near me, 

Though so young and small ; 
Not a look or word or thought, 
But God knows it all. 



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STAND TO YOUR ARMS. 

TO THE GOOD TEMPLARS OF ROME, PENNSYLVANIA. 

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2. Firm as the tovv-'ring hills, Stand to your arms! Firm 'gainst the King of 

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Mad- ly his min-ions hie; Stand to your arm 3! Proud - ly our powers de-fy; Stand to your arms! 
On-ward our cause, tho 1 slow; Stand to your arms! Back- ward it can-not go; Stand to your arms! 




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Stand by the Temp'rance cause ; Stand up for Temp'ranre laws ; Stand, seeking no applause, Dreading no alarms. 



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host op- pos - es — Stand the Tem-p'rance crew, 
souls are dy - ing, Will ye i - die be? 

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are inarch - ing 

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break the 
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'1. The mountain waves are rolliug high, Robins: liigh, Roiling high. The mountain waves are rolling high. The pirate fleet is strong. 
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Ho, friends of temp'rauce, firmly staud, 

Firmly stand, 

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Ho, friend* ot t>-mp'rauce , firmly stand, 

To meet the daring toe. 
For God, for Truth, for Native land, 

Native land, 

Nativ.- land, 
For God. for Truth, for Native land 
We dare to strike the blow. 



We see the blinded rush along, 

Rush along, 

Rush along, 
We see the blinded rush along 

The broad and downward way. 
Then raise at least a prayer or song, 

Prayer or song, 

Prayer or song, 

Then raise at ieast a prayer or song 

To save them while we may. 



THE TEMP'RANCE SHIP— Concluded. 



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GREETING SONG. 

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o 1 ' Time has strewn our path with wrecks, And treasured hopes have per - ished, 

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earth with o - pen hand, Hath every bless - ing giv - en ; We meet a - gain ! to praise his name With 







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130 EVERY VALLEY SHALL BE FILLED. 

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THINK ON THESE THINGS.— Concert Exercise. 

[Philiippians iv : S.J 

Six Urge card*, marked — "What-eo-ev-er things ar«."bein<j suspended at a convenient height, each singer, at the concTUsion of his 
stanza, attaches a cad bearing his word under oue of the large syllables. 

Then a small girl, as she sings, may hang a card marked Virtue on the one marked Honest ; a small boy attach Praise to Lovely ; 
then another, perhaps still smaller, girl and boy, put on tbe last long curd, wbile they sing — Think on these things. When completed 
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love - ly hea^tn must be. And oh, if earth seems bright and fair, How love - ly h°aven must be. 
this our song to - night. May on - ly good re - port be heard Of th s our song to - night. 



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Is coming some day, sure; 
"When things unclean shall be removed, 
And all the world be pure. 



Girl. 5. I'm thinking of the lovely things 
In this wide world we see; 
And, oh, if earth seems bright and fair 
How lovely heaven must be. 



Girl. 6. Tes, true and honest, just and pure, 
Present a lovely sight; 
May only good report be heard 
Of this our song to-night. 



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ANNIVERSARY JUBILEE. 

Written for the Sunday School of the First Congregational Church, Chicago. 
sprightly. Words ano* Mnmc l*v P. P. Buss. 

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1. Ho ! come, "welcome ye ; Join our Ju - bi - lee : Roll the might - y wave of praise a - long ; 

2. Bright the present beams, Bright the fu-ture seems; Not a cloud of sor - row dims our sky; 

3. Shall we ev - er fear What an-oth - er year Shall of pleasure or of pain re -cord? 



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Hearts so light and gay, While years pass' a - way, Joy - ful - ly, joy - fnl - ly raise the song. 
Life seems full of cheer, As each hax>py year Mer - ri - ly, mer - ri - ly pass - es by. 
All God sends is best, On his word we rest ; Cheerful - ly, cheer-fnl - ly praise the Lord. 



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WHO WILL. SEND OR GO ? 



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The north wind told its sto - ry, With one swift an - gry blast, Of In - dian off -'rings 
The south wind said I'm tell - ing, Of po - lar south - ern night ; When an - gry surg - es 
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in - cense filled the air; No souls to God were turn - ing ; No Gods they worship there! 
in my heart, I heard, This prom - ise, nev - er fail - ing. The earth shall know the Lord ! 
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WHO WILL SEND OR GO ?— Concluded. 

CHORUS, pp. 



137 



A soft wind whispered, "Who will send or go, To teach the Hea - then Je - sus' love to know?" 
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DELIVERANCE. 
Words by P. W. Hill. 



Music by P. P. Bliss. 



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THE SHEPHERDS OF BETHLEHEM. 

(From Chapel Gems, by permission.) 



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vale the strains en - chant - ed float ; See the won - d'ring shep-herds list - 'ning to the 
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JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN. 

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The patriarch musing alone in Life' 



even, 
Remembered the absent in whispers to | Heaven, 
As flitted the shadows, one ai'ter an | other, 
He | called the dear child of a | dearly loved mother. 

And lie said to him, "Go, I pray thee, see whether it 
be well with thy brethren, and well with the flocks, and They rose up to comfort him, they who had 



Could hold the false dye to the searching of | Heaven, 
And | list to the heartbreak — the | one word"bereaven.'* 
And they sent the coat of many colors, and they 
brought it to their father, and said, "This have we 
found, know now whether it be thy son'* coat or no." 
Gen. 37 : 32. 



bring me Avoid again." — Gen. 37 : 14. 

The land of Judea lay bright in the | morning, 

A smile ev'ry valley and hilltop a | doming, 

When Joseph, (unconscious of evil en | deavor,) 

Passed J on, and left Hebron, and | childhood forever 

When they saw him afar off, even before he came 
near unto them, they conspired against him to slay him. 
Gex. 37 : 18. 

And dark as their deed was the pit where they | cast him, 
And jeered at the dreamer and scornfully | passed him, 
But one with heart cast in a softer mould } rather 
Would | fain have delivered the | child to his father, 

\nd Reuben said "Shed no blood but cast him into 
chid pit.*' that he might rid him out of their hands to 
deliver him unto his father. — Gex. 37 : 22. 
The merchants of Midian passed with their | spices, 
The brethren were ready with falsehood's de | vices ; 
And trustiug they never again might be-| hold him, 
They | drew up their hated young | brother and sold him. 

Sold Josepli »nto Egypt for twenty pieces of silver, and 
they brought Joseph into Egypt.— Gex. 37 : 28. 
Bat what of the coat that was stripped from the | wearer? 
What hand to the father could dare to be I bearer? 



taken 
The light of his life and had left him for-| saken, 
But sitting in sackcloth alone in his | sorrow, 
He | felt that the night of his | grief had no morrow. 

And he said "For I will go down into the grave unto 
my son mourning ? Thus his father wept for 'him. 

PART II. 

There's dearth in the land, and the olive tree j faileth, 
The vineyard is barren — the husbandman | paleth, 
And Jacob of those who regarded each | other 
Asked | "why look ye sadly thus | one to another?" 

"Behold I have heard that there is corn in Egypt, get 
you down thither and buy for us from thence that we 
may live and not die." — Gex. 42 : 2. 

The lord of the country spake roughly tin j to them, 
They knew not the dreamer of old, but he | knew them; 
Said he, "Ye are spies, and some tidings would | gather? 
Said | they, "We are true meji — the | sons of one father." 
"If ye be true men, let one of your brethren be bound 
in the house of your prisou ; go ye, carry corn for the 
famine of your houses, but bring your youngest brother, 
so shall your words be verified."— Gex". 42 : 19, 20. 
Remorseful their murmuring one to an | other, 
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JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN- Concluded. 



143 



We saw the soul anguish with which he be | sought us, iThensearchingly glancing from one to | another, 
And | heard not, an i so the (lis | tress hath been wrought. He | faltered a blessing a | bove the young brother. 

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And Reuben answered them saying 'Spake I not onto birthr jg ht an dthe youngest according to his youth, and 

you saying 'Do not sin against the child,' and ye would tne me * m ' arveled one to another. And thev drank and 

not hear ? therefore behold also bib blood is required." were me 

Gen. 42 : 22. 



Ah ! knew they the lord of the country was | weeping, 
That griefs of the past to the present were | leaping f 
Then each to his lather, with heavy heart | carried 
The | corn and the money, for | Simeon tarried. 

And Jacob said, "Me have ye bereaved of my children. 
Joseph is not, and Simeon is not, and ye will take away 
Benjamin also. My son shall not go down with you/' 
Gex. 42. 

Yet sore was the famine. The valley of | Jordan 
No more at the vintage time glowed like a | garden, 
No grain for the reaper— no grapes for the | pressing, 
No | seed for the spring time — no | bread for the blessing. 

And it came to pass when they had eaten up the corn 
which they had brought out of Egypt, their father said 
unto them— (Gen. 43: 2.) 

"Go again, buy us food." And the little ones | pleaded, 
"Go again, buy us food," but the cry was un | heeded, 
For sadly the answer passed one to | another, 
"We i cannot, except we take | with us our brother*" 

And their father Israel said unto them, "If it mo&t be 
so now, do this, take of the best fruits of the land in 
your vessels and carry down the man a present. Take 
also your brother. 

And God give you mercy and favor be | fore him, 
And shield your young brother, and safely re | store him, 
Yea, bring both again to make glad my life's | even — 
Be | reaved of my children, O : | I am bereaven. 

And they took the present and Benjamin, and went 
down to Egypt and stood before Joseph. 
Strange mists in the eyes of the ruler would | gather, 
As softly he asked of the "old man," their | father, 



were merry with him. 

PART III. 

A clatter of hoofs that the valley hath | shaken, 
A shout and a rush, and the men are o'er | taken, 
The dark-browed pursuers severe in dis | pleasure, 
The | Canaanites moved and sur | prised beyond measure. 

And they said unto him "Wherefore saith my lord 
these words : God forbid that thy servants should do 
according to this thing. 

We brought back the silver and gold as | we wot of— 
The treasure of which my lord's steward knew | not of; 
Then how should thy servants do this thing be | fore thee, 
How | take from my lord of his | riches or glory ? 

"With whomsoever it be found, both let him die, and 
we also will be my lord's bondmen." — Gen. 44 : 9. 
The sucks had been opened one after an | other, 
With glances of triumph from brother to | brother, 
One only remaining ; in haste they sur | round it 
And | ope and fall backward, O | God, have they found it? 

Then they rent their clothes, and laded every man hie 
ass and returned to the city. 

What thoughts are the ruler's as prostrate be | fore him 
They cover the face, and in anguish im | plore him, 
As Judah all pleas of affection would | gather, 
In | one grand appeal for the | stricken old father. 

Then Joseph could not refrain himself before all them 
that stood by him, and he cried, 

"Cause ev'ry man here to go out." And they left | him. 
Some deeming that grief had of reason he | reft him, 
As swept the strong tide he no longer might | smother, 
They | heaid as he cried "I am | Joseph, your brother, 
Doth my father yet live ?"— Gen. 45 : 35. 



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STOP AND THINK. 



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WHAT DID JESUS SAY ? 



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And He said unto them, How is it that ye sought me ? 
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Luke ii : 49. 

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when the true worshipers shall worship the Father in 
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On the sea of Galilee, | when the storm was | high, 
Save us, Lord ! we perish ! | his disciples | cry : 
While they marvel greatly, j as the winds o- | bey, 
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He saith unto them, Why are ye fearful, ye of little 
faith ? Then he arose and*rebuked the wiuds and the 
sea, and there was a great calm. Matt, viii : 26. 
4. 

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Coming unto Bethany, I meeting, full of | gloom, 
Martha, mourning Lazarus, | lying in the | tomb, 
Of the Resurrection, | and the Jast Great | Day, 
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Jesus saith unto Martha, thy brother shall rise again. 
.Martha saith unto him, I know that he shall rise again 
in the resurrection at the last day. Jesus said unto her, 
I am the resurrection and the life. John xi : 83-85. 

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Weeping o'er Jerusalem, | city of the | King, 
Whom he would have gathered | 'neat h his loving | wing 
Mourning for her children, | going all a- | stray, 
Weeping o'er Jerusalem, | what did Jesua | say ? 

RECITATION. 

Oh ! Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the 
prophets and stonest them which- are sent unto thee, 
how often would I have gathered thy ehildien together, 
even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, 
and ye would not ! Matt, xxiii : 37. 

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From that cross of sorrow, | ere his soul went | up, 
As he drank the fullness | of the bitter j eup, 
Looking on his enemies, | in their dark ar- | ray, 
From that cross of sorrow, | what did Jesus | say ? 

RECITATION. 

Then said Jeeus, Father, forgive them, for they know 
not what thev do. Luke xxiii : 34. 

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On the hills of Heaven, | in the world a- | bove, 
Where the little ehildien | learn His wondrous | love ; 
All their sins forgiven, | in that blessed | day. 
On the hills of Heaven, | what will Jesus | Jiy ? 

RECITATION. 

Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom 
prepared for you from the foundation of the world. 
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ONLY A STEP TO HEAVEN. 



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INDEX 



PAGE. 

A cup of cold water 148 

A home in heaven 72 

Almost persuaded 69 

Anniversary jubilee 134 

Baby's sweet sleep 152 

Beautiful flowers - 76 

Beautiful home of love 66 

Beauty of holiness 105 

Be earnest 19 

Be not wearv in well doing 32 

Blessed and Holy One 23 

Blessed are they that do 98 

Bliss 57 

Bury thy sorrow ~ 15 

Busy-gleaners . 84 

By and by 9 

Children in the arms of Jesus 34 

Christmas carol 145 

Come, he is calling us 88 

Come to the Savior 62 

Come unto me 44 

Confession -. 33 

Crown Him ..- 4 

Deliverance 137 

Early let our songs ascending 6 

Every valley shall be tilled 130 



Faint, yet pursuing .. 
Father, hold my hand 
Forbid them not. 



PAGE. 

God is always near me 121 

Good will. 49 

Greeting song....- 128 

Hallow the Sabbath day 8 

Help 37 

Here am 1 109 

Hold the fort 21 

Home 54 

How goes the battle ? 30 

I am Jesus' little lamb ...11(1 

I come, dear Savior 29 

ril not forget to pray 114 

I'm a little sailor 117 

Influence 115 

I will lift up mine eyes 41 



PAGE. 

Man the life-boat.... 123 

Marching on 94 

Martyn 93 

Moody , 81 

My home above 16 

My Savior's charms 3 

Never give up the right way 22 

No time to pray 35 

Oh, my heart, my heart 100 

Only a little child 43 

Only a little while .156 

Only a step to heaven 150 

Onto the goal 70 

On what foundation ? 74 

Over yonder 92 



Jehovah-Jireh... 77 Passing away 113 

Jerusalem so fair 24 Peaceful waters 65 

Jesus calls us HOjPerfect rest 99 

Jesus lives 38lp r aying aiwavs 119 

Jesus loves even me Ill j Proverbs of Solomon 85 

Joseph and his brethren 1421 

Just starting out 58j 

[Remember the poor 108 

Knocking, knackinsr, who is there ? SSJS 68 * on the beautiful shore 96 

Knock, pilgrim, knock 4oj Hock of Ages 60 



Land of beauty 90 Sabbath morning 18 

Land of the morning 50 Sailing into port 82 

(Let the lower lights be burning 14 Savior guide us 80 

^ , Let the words of my mouth 71 Song of Christ's soldiers 12 

Garden of the heart 53- Little birdie in the tree 12n Son°-s of gladness . 83 

Gather the sheaves in quickly 39 Littleton 81 Songs of the unseen ."Z.17.14U 

Gentle Jesus, meek and mild 107|Look on the bright side 56 Soon and forever 157 



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itnnd to your arms..... 122!There's a light in the valley 86 Waiting at the we J 48 

•tar voices 28 The shepherds of Bethlehem 138 Waiting for the Lord 96 

Jtop and think 144,The storm 108 We are little sunbeams 112 

|The tardy troop 102 We're marching on 124 

rell me srentl'e annrels 40|The temp'ranee ship 126 We shall know each other there 7 

i'he children's welcome 26 Think on these things 132 What can I do?. 42 

rhe happv shore 47 This is the victory 10 What did Jesus sav ? 146 

I'he Lord's prayer 13 To depart— which is better 154 Where he ieads we will follow 46 



The master hath need of the Reap- ! Treasure. ... 

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The new birth 20 



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Who will send or go ? 

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Work, for the night is coming. 



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Beauty of holiness 105 

Good will 49 

I will lift up mine eyes » 41 

Let the words of my mouth i "!■ 

Perfect rest 99 

Proverbs of Solomon 85 

The Lord's Prayer 13 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



ANNIVERSARY 




INFANT CLASS. 




Greeting sous:, - 
Anniversary Jubilee, 


138 

' 134 


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CHARITY. 




MISSIONARY. 




What can I do ? 
Remember the poor, 

CHRISTMAS. 


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Work for the ni^ht is coming, 
Who will send or go ? - 


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Good will. Chant, 

The Shepherds of Bethlehem, 

Christmas Carol, 


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There's a light in the valley, - * - 
Over yonder, - 
Only a step to heaven, - 


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The tardy troop, 
Stop and' thihk. 
Turn to the ri2:ht, 


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TEMPERANCE. 




We shall know each other there, 
Only'a little child, - 
The Reaper and the flowers, 
To depart— which is better, 


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The ter >*m cee ship, - 


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